Brock Turner, you do not have the right to rape an innocent [unconscious] woman because you happen to be athletic, white, or an Ivy League student.
Humans are the only one of the eusocial species that has evolved to believe we need an enemy for the tribe to survive
Sex just for sex is great, but it’s not the same as loving, whole-hearted intimacy.
We should see each other as human first.
When we realize the red flags are flying, is it time to go?
Do science and the stereotypes agree?
An open letter to men that women need to read too.
Grandad, why did you eat all those pizzas?
Can we be a healthier, happier America? Jim Mitchem thinks yes, and the answer is less complex than you think.
This is America. Land of the Free. Home of the Brave. And if you want our guns, you’ll have to come and take them.
As thousands of refugees attempt to flee the carnage and destruction over the course of the wars and poverty of the middle east, many countries have stepped up to assist. Unfortunately, there are simply too many refugees for these countries to absorb on their own.
Ray Jennings finds comfort in contemplating the big, unanswerable questions.
Rich Monetti draws similarities between zombies and world politics.
Can a relationship between a robot and a human ever be one of equals? What if the robot looks and seems human, like the Synths from AMC’s new series, “Humans”premiering on Sunday, June 28th at 9/8c?
AMC’s new series, “Humans”, premiering on Sunday, June 28th at 9/8c, inspires us to ponder the very essence of love.
Anne Thériault wonders if human-like robots would help people move past stereotypes, or whether they’d only reinforce them. AMC’s new series, “Humans” premiering on Sunday, June 28th at 9/8c, offers an opportunity to explore that question.